Lexaria Corp. Provides Third Quarter Results

Lexaria Corp. announces that it has filed its third quarter financial results to July 31, 2013 via Form 10Q on EDGAR in the USA, and at SEDAR in Canada.

(All figures in US currency, for the nine months ending July 31 2013 compared to the nine months ending July 31 2012.) Oil revenue was $856,360, compared to $888,726 in the year earlier period. Gross profit after operating costs and depletion for nine months in 2013 was $292,764 compared to $371,027.

After all G&A, interest payments and other, there was a net loss for the nine months ended in 2013 of $217,283 compared to a net loss of $282,918 in the year earlier period. If the non-cash items of depletion and stock based compensation are reversed out, Lexaria generated a net profit of $46,127 for the three months ending July 31 2013.

“Considering the challenging environment for small oil and gas companies, we are satisfied with our performance for this third quarter. We’ve cut costs wherever possible and although our numbers are small, we continue to demonstrate the viability of our operations to generate positive cash flows even at these levels. We hope to leverage our expertise going forward,” said Chris Bunka, President. “

Lexaria also reports that various items of field work are ongoing and will be reported on in the near future.

About Lexaria

Lexaria’s shares are quoted in the USA under the symbol LXRP and in Canada under the symbol LXX. The company uses innovative solutions to participate in only those projects within the USA that can deliver economic returns in the top industry quartile.

To learn more about Lexaria Corp. visit www.lexariabioscience.com.
For further information, please contact:
Chris Bunka
Chairman & CEO
Lexaria Corp.
(250) 765-6424


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